According to the CIA World Factbook, the total world population is 7,095,217,980 (July 2013 est.). The ratio is 1.01 males to every 1.0 female. Total male estimate as of Ju…ly 2013 is 3,571,374,099. Total female estimate as of July 2013 is 3,523,843,881. (MORE)
In the summer of 2013, the U.S. Senate consists of 80 men and20 women. .
The highest percentage of women the U.S. Seante ever had was20.2% (20 of 99) from June 3, 2013 until …June 6, 2013. .
The last time the U.S. Senate consisted of less than 20% womenwas January 2, 2013. .
The last time the U.S. Senate consisted of less than 15% womenwas January 2, 2007. .
The last time the U.S. Senate consisted of less than 10% womenwas January 2, 2001. .
The last time the U.S. Senate consisted of less than 5% womenwas January 2, 1993. .
The last time the U.S. Senate had no female members wasDecember 22, 1978. .
The first day that the U.S. Senate had a female member wasNovember 22, 1922. The second day was November 13, 1931. (MORE)
The ratio 3 to 4 can be writtem 3/4 or .75. Divide the total of men by the ratio to find how many women there are, then add the two numbers to find the total of workers: 222 /….75 = 296 women. 222 + 296 = 518 workers. (MORE)
Estimated ratios of males to females range from 0.84 to 1 for Estonia to 3.29 for Qatar. The figures will be different if children (those aged below 15) are excluded but thos…e ratios are not readily available, and I am not about to compile 200 sets population data by gender and age. There are UN databases that will allow you to do so. (MORE)
Women did not have as many rights as old men because men did not believe that women could be responsible enough to have rights. Rights were considered second class and were tr…eated as such. They were paid lower wages than men for performing the same work and were not allowed to vote because they were thought to be ignorant and not smart enough to make decisions. (MORE)
Most people who join the military voluntarily (as inthe US) wish to serve their country & fellow citizens. Thissentiment is often coupled with some other motivation, such as: … following a family tradition. wanting to better themselves as a person. obtaining career training and experience. obtaining educational benefits - at least, in theUS, servicemembers completing at least 36 months of honorableservice may be eligible for college money under the Post-9/11 GIBill in addition to any education they may receive whileenlisted. realizing a greater purpose/ meaning in life. seeing & experiencing the world and itscultures (expecially for those who choose to join the Navy). needing to escape their hometown or a bad situation(see also 2 & 4). In the US, there have been times in the past where men have been drafted into war, that is, involutarily andrandomly selected to fight for America in some overseas theater.The draft was effectively "retired" in 1973, although all males age18-24 are required to register for Selective Service should anational emergency extend our need beyond what voluntary supportalready exists. In other countries, all able-bodied adult men (and ina few cases, women) may also be required to serve in the militaryfor a certain amount of time, typically 12 - 36 months. Some ofthese countries include: Armenia, Finland, Greece, Iran, Norway,Turkey, Mexico and Vietnam. While most who join want to serve their country first and foremost,most men and women who volunteer for military service for a numberof secondary reasons, including a desire to become a better person,see the world or even follow a family tradition. In some countries,people (typically men but in some cases women) are required by lawto serve in the military for a time once they reach adulthood. (MORE)